Fundamentals: Giving Effective Feedback

Track: Online Learners
Delivery Mode: Asynchronous Workshop

According to research, feedback on learning is a key factor for improving learning outcomes and student satisfaction. While giving effective feedback can help drive your students towards success in your course and help them to better understand the material, it can also take a lot of time. In this workshop, you will identify different feedback strategies along with effective methods for efficiently providing feedback to your students. Many of the practices explored in this workshop can also help increase student engagement and improve faculty satisfaction and workload management.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify effective student feedback strategies.
  • Develop methods for efficiently providing effective student feedback in your courses.

Format:
This is an asynchronous, week-long workshop which will begin on a Monday and end on the following Sunday. The workshop will require approximately 6-8 hours of work, including reading research-based articles, viewing presentations, engaging in online discussion forums, and submitting assignments. Total length of time to completion: 7 days.

Who should attend?
Faculty new to the online environment
Veteran online and blended faculty
Instructional designers

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Dr. David Mohr

Dr. David Mohr

David Mohr is a health services research investigator at the Veterans Health Administration and Research Assistant Professor of Health Policy and Management at Boston University School of Public Health. He earned his doctorate in Industrial/Organizational Psychology at Bowling Green State University and his undergraduate degree from University of Dayton. He has several peer-reviewed publications. He has taught online courses for several colleges for eight years covering courses including a variety of psychology and communication courses. He also serves as a chair and committee member for dissertation students. David lives near Norwood, Massachusetts and is originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His interests include reading best seller non-fictions, movies and film, and exploration. He has worked with the Online Learning Consortium for more than two years as a mentor and leads workshops on assessment strategies, student feedback, classroom interaction and engagement, and adult learning styles among others.

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